Wait...is that Bradley Cooper...grouped in with straight men? I had to look twice to be sure, then I just laughed my ass off.
Thanks OP, I was having a rough day.
Wait, is Matt Damon lumped in with the straight guys?
That Damon Butt® of course!
Sometimes he gets pudgy and has moobs.
He and Ben swap handjobs.
R6, I'd love to suckle on his moobs.
It's coming from inside the house.
You can`t trash such SWEET STUFF.
He's a nice guy OP. The male equivalent of Dolly Parton.
That's why not.
I don't hate him, but I've always been mystified by the fawning.
He often delivers good performances, and outside his film roles comes off as modest (without being too cloyingly "aw shucks" about it in the George Clooney manner), and voicing soundly liberal political/soclal convictions without seeming strategic and self-serving in it.
For all those very nice things, there's little that I love. Part of it owes to his loos which are bland, pasty and pudgy; even toned up he looks like a Ken doll, smooth, hairless, a bit plastic and turned out from a mold and not very memorable. He's one of those men whose looks are caught in time always as some older version of his seven-year-old boy with a cowlick self.
Excepting a few reactions in "The Talented Mr. Ripley" his best performances are good but not memorable in the short or long term (by contrast, Timothy Spall, pastier, pudgier, far less attractive, without a hint of anything dashing about him turns in memorable performances - and perceptive interviews).
His big plump ass doesn't do a thing for me, and while not unattractive there's nothing at all physically attractive about him - extending from his looks to his presence.
He's the guy you met at a party once, had a very nice conversation for 20 minutes, and never thought about again.
He's def bisexual. He fucks his wife, not gay. Matt is a baby making machine. I bet he's longing for a son. Just like Bruce Willis.
Why do you think he's bisexual, R12?
He's a babe.
1. Bradley cooper is not straight.
2. No. Jon Hamm is not hated here.
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